Arts, culture, heritage and lifestyle in Bulli
Bulli is a historic coal mining village with reminders of its colourful history. A coastal town, it's at the foot of the steep coastal escarpment.
At the northern extremity of suburban Wollongong, Bulli is a proud working town with many buildings and monuments that bear witness to the hardships and heroism of Australia's early mining history. In its pubs, churches, houses and public buildings, Bulli recaptures much of the flavour of a mining village of the 19th century.
The completion of the 665-m Sea Cliff Bridge, a masterpiece of engineering on the Grand Pacific Drive, is a great reason to take the slow road between Bulli and Sydney. Stop and walk along the bridge and revel in the coastal scenery.
Sunday 29 March to Sunday 26 April 2015
The Lost Village of Sherbrooke on Bulli Mountain - Finding Her Sons in WW1 Sherbrooke was a village on Bulli M
Couple at Sublime Point Lookout near Bulli Pass. Image Adam Taylor
Sandon Point beach, Bulli Point. Image Tourism Wollongong
Aerial of Bulli and Bulli beach. Image Tourism Wollongong